1. My living room is now a dance school

    For lack of school fees, Jos dropped his teaching career to sell boiled eggs, then he fell in love with dancing, an art that now pays his bills.

     Bachata dance
  2. Mwalimu Andrew: Diary of a wifeless man

    How I wish I could, today, report that Fiolina is back and that we were living together happily after.

    Mwalimu Andrew
  3. Jack and master of all: The art of juggling multiple careers

    Prof Rachel Gesami, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Academic Affairs and Research, at the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, wears many hats.

    Prof Rachel Gesami
  4. Fashion: The art of rocking black

    So versatile Black is the magic colour that suits every season and occasion.

  5. Sad tale of Colonel Mustafa, cash and lessons for artists

    To make money, Kenyan creatives have to work hard to build their brands and ensure consistency.

    Colonel Mustapha on stage
  6. Top Congolese guitarist Syran Mbenza’s tribute to East African fans

    Syran has dedicated the song to his many East African fans in the continuation of his strongest musical efforts to date.

    Congolese guitarist Syran Mbenza
  7. Tina Turner's quiet life in Zurich lakeside town

    She has been hailed by Swiss media as a model Swiss citizen.

    Tina Turner
  8. Tina Turner played 'unique' part in Australian rugby league

    Many Australians fondly recalled her influential love affair with the sport.

    Tina Turner
  9. Kisumu to welcome Richie Spice with ngege, osuga

    He is set to entertain fans this week in Nairobi and Kisumu.

    Richie Spice
  10. Swiss suburb mourns Tina Turner

    Turner's death on Wednesday sparked tributes from world leaders and fellow rock icons.

    Tina Turner
  11. Tina Turner: The raw power of rock and roll

    The eight-time Grammy winner lit up the stage from the 1960s onwards.

    Tina Turner
  12. Brother's keeper: When men keep it a hundred with other men

    In a world full of false friends, it is only the rare few who will warn a brother that he is in harm’s way.

  13. Khartoum: the creation and the destruction of a modern African city

    War in Khartoum means not only the displacement of people and the destruction of property, but also the loss of a rich heritage.

  14. Why I won’t beg Fiolina to return

    Her father asked me to look for elders and visit him to ask for forgiveness.

  15. Catch me dead hitching a ride

    Being the recipient of a lift also means that you have to put up with the car owner’s bad habits.

  16. Why media remains key to human progress in Kenya

    The modern world cannot afford to live without the media as it is the source of all the news and information that people need every day.

    Media Freedom
  17. Meet the first female crime-scene doctor in Kenya

    Dr Kizzie Shako work involves gathering information, or evidence, from the injured in violent crimes such as sexual violence cases. Currently, she is an advisor to the Chief Justice and President...

  18. Tamco music line special Madaraka show as Kanda Junior’s live shows resume

    As part of the 60th Madaraka Day celebrations, members of the Tamco music led by Epha Maina will on June 1 host a special musical show.

    Epha Maina of Tamco music (left) and Kanda Junior.
  19. Fashion from the hood: Using recycled fabric to dress celebrities

    From the Mukuru kwa Ruben slum, William Kitheka is building a unique clothing enterprise.

  20. Catching up with legendary musician Youssou N’Dour

    The Senegalese musician is also a notable politician, activist and wealthy businessman.

    Senegalese superstar Youssou N’Dour
  21. My Maths Club business was a passion I started with Sh25,000

    Ann Nyakinyua Gathura is the founder and director of Ann’s Math Club, a personalised learning resource that provides practical and innovative mathematics solutions for all ages to learn...


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